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  1. Anyone familiar with this kit? Is it any good at all? Is the shape at least relatively accurate? I know it is an old kit and there are better kits but tis "may NOT" mean that it is still not a good kit. I have put together a lot of old kits that were still good models.
  2. January is the month I break out builds from The Naughty Closet and see if I can get them wrapped up. With 2 done, 2 moving to completion and 2 right back in there where they belong AND with the added bonus of Gibson Brands shutting down production due to Captain Tripps, it's time to get these underway. Here's the box art: I'll not lose a minute of sleep over never considering the old Classic Airframes release and coincidentally enough, this release got a whole lot cheaper when Airfix announced theirs. The plan is to do a pair of 264 Squadron Defiants; one the day fighter on the Airfix box art and the other a night fighter from an aftermarket decal set. Sprues from the Airfix kit: And the Classic Airframes kit: Judging by the part count I'm guessing the C.A. kit will go faster. Ken
  3. I have the following items for sale. All items are complete and unstarted. Shipping will be quoted using the USPS shipping calculator from zip code 46158. I will ship internationally. Payment via Paypal, money order, check (held until cleared) or cash. Please PM or email me with your interests and include your zip code or country so that I may calculate shipping. Thanks! Brian 1/32 Package WNW Albatros D.V + FCM 32015 $80 1/48 Kits Airfix EE Canberra B.2/B.20/B.62/B(1)6 $45 Czech Model Ryan XF2R-1 Dark Shark $15 Heller Jaguar A $20 Hobby Boss Hawk T Mk.127 $15 Planet Models NA-50 $35 Tamiya F-16CJ $30 Tamiya F-51D $20 Trumpeter F-100D $25 Trumpeter RA-5C $40 1/48 Packages AMT Beech 17 Staggerwing w/ Iliad Designs 48031 $20 AMT A-20G (rough box) + Three Guys Replicas TGR-004 $25 Hasegawa F-2B + DXM Decals 41-4118 F-2B Viper Zero Anniversary $35 Hasegawa EA/18G Growler + Furball 48048 Growler Anthology $60 Hobby Boss Su-30MKK + Caracal 48088 $60 Tamiya F4D-1 Skyray + Aeromaster 48542 $27 1/48 Decals Afterburner 48043 F-16 Desert Roadrunners NM ANG $15 Afterburner Decals 48035 VFA-37 Ragin Bulls $8 Afterburner 48085 F-16C Aggressors $35 Superscale 48-893 S-3B Viking $3 Superscale 48-989 F-106A 84th FIS $5 Superscale 48-1007 F-106A 5th FIS $5 Twobobs 48028 F/A-18C VFA-87 Ultimate Warriors $5 Twobobs 48125 F/A-18C Mach Altus Crusaders $ 1/48 Accessories Aires F-15E cockpit set $15 Attack Squadron GBU-38 $6 Eduard Brassin AGM-65 Maverick $8 Eduard Brassin AIM-120C $5 Eduard Brassin AIM-9J $5
  4. Hi all, Just a heads up that until Thursday 22 August at midnight (GMT) we offer a 10% discount on all products i.e. >4,000 items in stock at the moment this post was created. Discounted products up to 25% are still available 🙂 In order to get the 10% off simply use the discount code AUD10OFF (for applying the discount code do the following: mouse over the shopping cart icon, click View All, type in the discount code on the left hand side of the screen and then check out as normal). Thanks!
  5. Set for correcting the inlet cone of the Su-17/Su-22 model in 1/48 scale manufactured by Kitty Hawk/Hobbyboss. Cast from polyurethane resin. For photo painted silver and black.
  6. Set for correcting the shape and size of wing fences of the Su-17/Su-22 model in 1/48 scale manufactured by Kitty Hawk. Cast from polyurethane resin.
  7. Hi all! Back again with my freshly completed 1/48 Hasegawa F-22A Raptor. So when considering building a Raptor, two things usually come to mind before starting: How to handle the metallic "Raptor Sheen" and "Gold Iridium" tinted canopy. I have seen various approaches to solve these issues, with varying degrees of effectiveness. But since I like to experiment and try new methods, I decided to try techniques for both that I had not yet seen done. For the "Raptor Sheen", I decided to paint the normal camo colors (non-metallic), and then add a light coat of Alclad Airframe Aluminum on top of those colors. I wasn't sure how that would come out, but once completed I was pleasantly surprised by the subtle variable sheen I was getting and how it really blended the camo in a very realistic way to my eye. Hmmm, maybe I was on to something! I did worry about how the sheen would hold up after the gloss coat, wash, and flat coat, however. And indeed, the sheen was diminished quite a bit after these steps, so I did go back in after the flat coat was applied and added some Airframe Alumuminum randomly and very lightly. This actually really worked well, because this gave the model a bit of an uneven sheen, which seems to be what happens on the real aircraft as it weathers. Since I was going for a moderately weathered Raptor, this was right on point for what I was looking for. As for the canopy, this is something I had been thinking about how to handle for a long time. I did experiments a while back on a spare Tamiya P-51 canopy and found that a particular nail polish I found on eBay worked pretty well. I did not know how that would translate on a finished model, but was very happy to see that the effect was exactly what I was looking for, and something I had not seen done on any previous Raptor model. In person the effect is very cool, depending on how you view the model and how the light hits it, the canopy is either opaque gold/reddish, all gold, or even translucent gold where the pilot is clearly visible inside. As for how I applied the nail polish to the canopy, I mixed the polish with Mr Color Levelling thinner at a pretty high ratio of thinner to polish. This was applied to the INSIDE of the canopy then dipped in future to protect the polish and to increase the canopy luster. As for decals, the ones supplied in the kit are just not of the right color, so I had to source aftermarket, which is not easy! There is really not much available right now. I wanted to to an Alaskan Raptor, but there just weren't any usable decals I could find for that. I did luck out in finding a set of TwoBobs Langley Raptors decals, and went with those. They performed quite well and the color was right on IMHO. Other than the decals, this was completely out of box. The Hasegawa Raptor is a nice kit, and fitment is quite good overall, but this is a seriously over-engineered kit. There were so many internal braces and guide pin style interior assemblies that I actually had to cut some off and remove others to get the fuselage halves to line up right. That may have just been me, so I dunno about others. Another issue with this kit is the over-scale raised panels. Many people sand these down and replace lost detail, but I wasn't really in the mood to do that, so I left them be. I wasn't too bothered with them, and on the finished, weathered model, they really don't stand out as much as they do on the bare plastic. By doing this in-flight with closed bays, no weapons, and no landing gear it was a rather fast build of one month. This has really helped me get my modelling mojo back! Overally, I am very very happy with how this model turned out, and how my approaches to solve the problems of the sheen and canopy worked like a charm! Here is what I used for this build: Kit: 1/48 Hasegawa F-22A Raptor (07245 PT45) Decals: TwoBobs F-22A "Langley's Raptors" (48-123) Aftermarket: NONE Paints: Gunze Mr. Surfacer Black 1500 (main aircraft primer base), Tamiya Liquid White Primer (for marble coat), Mr Paint MRP-094 FS36251 Medium Mod Gray, Gunze Aqueous H308 Light Ghost Gray and H305 Gunship Gray, Tamiya Rubber Black, Clear Red, and Clear Blue, Gunze Mr Color GX2 Gloss Black (gloss black primer for metalwork) and Alclad II Airframe Aluminum and Burnt Iron. Future Gloss coat for decals and Future+Tamiya XF-21 Flat Base 6:1 ratio for final matte coat. Mig Ammo Deep Gray panel wash. Now on to the pics!
  8. I have been considering a new project: I want to do Lt. Lochridge's F6F-3 (#117, "Lolly") as featured in the most recent release of the 1/48 Eduard kit. The deal is that I prefer to use the Hasegawa model. I was wondering if anyone has the decals left over that they would be willing to part with. I would appreciate it! (Also posted in buy/sell)
  9. Hello, I just started my 3rd 1/48 GWH F-15, what a great kit 🙂 This one will be the F-15E with Two Bobs' "T-Bolts rule" decals, specifically the 389th FS CC aircraft, very similar to this one:
  10. I have been considering a new project: I want to do Lt. Lochridge's F6F-3 (#117, "Lolly") as featured in the most recent release of the 1/48 Eduard kit. The deal is that I prefer to use the Hasegawa model. I was wondering if anyone has the decals left over that they would be willing to part with. I would appreciate it!
  11. Clearing out very large quantity of Cutting Edge model works 1/48 starfighter parts for Hasegawa kits. i.e. of avail. parts: Parachute doors, S model intakes, hardpoint missile rails, clear resin in yellow green red aerials, mirrors, wheels, gear doors, and more. Well over 100 various pieces. Everything is real Cutting Edge - no copies. Not interested in breaking up and selling individually. Asking $100 plus $20.00 for shipping Below is a link with images of a small part of available items https://www.snapfish.com/library/share?via=link&token=AsKxzv-v_Fbax-mjucwoDg/SFO/27951236400060/SNAPFISH
  12. Hi all! So I am just now getting to posting pics of a build I completed last month... Anyway, here is my 1/48 Hasegawa F-16D Arctic Aggressor of the 18 AGRS at Eielson AFB, Alaska, 2008. I have always loved this aggressor scheme, and modelling it in a two-seat F-16D variant seemed only right! The Hasegawa F-16 kit is actually quite nice for it's age and very good fit. It is a rather simple kit, not a huge amount of parts really and I enjoyed the build. The F-16D kit I used is an older one, and did not have the correct "wide mouth" intake I needed, so I sourced that from a Hasegawa F-16CJ kit I have. As far as aftermarket, I used a Black Box F-16D cockpit set, Master Model Pitot, the Hasegawa Weapons Set for the ACMI pod and Meng U.S. Weapons Set for the CATM-9. The other sidewinder with no front fins (not sure what this one is called, TBH) is from the kit and just modified by removing the fins and rounding the nose substantially. As for decals, I was used Afterburner Decals Arctic Aggressors set. I got really lucky finding that sheet at a local show for less than $10! I have been very lucky finding rare decal sets at the Cleveland Model Show over the years. Other than that everything else is OOB. Despite the ease of this kit it took me a long time (by my standards) to build due to modelling mojo loss and winter doldrums I suppose. The finished product, while I am happy with it, is not my best work to be sure. Cut a lot of corners and didn't put my usual effort into it. Here is what I used for this build: Kit: 1/48 Hasegawa F-16D FIghting Falcon (06106 V6) Decals: Afterburner Arctic Aggressors (48-034) Aftermarket: Black Box F-16D Cockpit Set, Master Model Pitot, Hasegawa Weapons Set D (X48-8) Paints: Gunze Mr. Surfacer Black 1500 (main aircraft primer base), Tamiya Liquid White Primer (for marble coat), Mr Paint MRP-246 FS36628 Arctic Gray, Gunze Aqueous H317 Dark Gull Gray and H305 Gunship Gray, Tamiya Rubber Black, Clear Red, and Clear Green, Gunze Mr Color GX2 Gloss Black (gloss black primer for metalwork) and Alclad II Airframe Aluminum and Burnt Iron. Future Gloss coat for decals and Future+Tamiya XF-21 Flat Base 6:1 ratio for final matte coat. Mig Ammo Deep Gray panel wash. Now on to the pics!
  13. First photo posted here or anywhere Very nice kit Out of box
  14. Hi, I am looking for the Cletrac M2 tractor from the 1/48 (Revell) Monogram B-24 Liberator and any spare air crew figures. Or the Cletrac released by Lone Star Model (kit reference 40630) Payment by Paypal - shipping to Oregon. Best regards
  15. Next up will be the Grand Phoenix and Hobby Boss kits of the FJ-4B Fury. More to come. Geoff M
  16. Hi all! Well, it's that time again... Another finished project! This time it is the 1/48 Hobby Boss Su-30MKM Flanker-H conversion from the base Su-30MKK kit using the Naza Model Art MKM conversion. The build WIP thread can be viewed here: The Su-30MKM is the Malaysia specific variant of the Su-30, based off of the Indian Su-30MKI. It has canards and thrust vectoring exhaust in common with that aircraft, however there are many things that make the MKM unique among Flankers. It utilizes western avionics from France and South Africa, and many feature not seen on other Flankers. The twin-seat canard Flankers are among my favorite aircraft, however there is no kit in 1/48 of these variants (Su-30SM/MKI/MKM/MKA). Thankfully, the somewhat recently released Hobby Boss Su-30MKK gets you close, and the Naza Model Art conversion kit gets you ALMOST there. I also needed to do some scratchbuilding of the IFF "bird slicers" and a few other little things. I also need thrust vectoring nozzles, so for those I used the AMUR Reaver TV nozzles, which are really nice. I also used Fishbone Decals for the decals. The Hobby Boss kit is really quite nice. Great detail, and the fit is nearly perfect. Easy to build, it is really a simple kit. There are some inaccuracies in this kit, but they do not bother too much. The Naza resin is very nice, and fit the kit quite well once the necessary plastic is removed. This was my first conversion I have attempted, and I must say I was quite apprehensive about attempting it. But I decided to just dive in and do it, and came away relieved. I actually enjoyed it, and am glad the conversion parts fit well. I am no longer afraid of doing another in the future. I also used a Master Model Pitot, L'Arsenal Damocles Pod, and NeoMega Ejection Seats. There are a few small inaccuracies with this build, mostly with the cockpit IPs. But overall it is pretty close. Kit: 1/48 Hobby Boss Su-30MKK no. 81714 Decals: Fishbone Su-30MKM Royal Malaysian Air Force Aftermarket: Naza Model Art Su-30MKM Exterior Conversion Set, A.M.U.R. Reaver Thrust Vectoring Nozzles, L.Aresnal Damocles Pod w/Nahar Pylon, NeoMega K-36DM Seats, Master Model Pitot Tube Paints: Gunze Mr. Surfacer Black 1500 (main aircraft primer base), Tamiya Liquid White Primer (for marble coat), Mr Paint MRP-090 Lemon-Gray Russian aviation primer and MRP-181 Light Gray, Gunze Aqueous H335 Medium Seagray, and H331 Dark Seagray , Tamiya Rubber Black, Clear Blue, and Clear Yellow, Gunze Mr Color GX2 Gloss Black (gloss black primer for metalwork) and Alclad II Airframe Aluminum, Pale Burnt Metal, and Burnt Iron. Future Gloss coat for decals and Future+Tamiya XF-21 Flat Base 6:1 ratio for final matte coat. Mig Ammo Deep Gray panel wash. On to the pic... Hope you like!
  17. Hi comrades! Here is my take on Hasegawa excellent kit with additions by Eduard brass, Montex and self made masks, and scratch made wiring for engine, undercarriage and bomb. Airframe riveted. Hope, You like it! Any comments are welcome!
  18. Hi all! Back again with my latest completed project, the Kinetic Su-33 Sea Flanker. This is a model I have wanted to build for quite some time, and a quarterly contest with my local IPMS club (John Glenn, Cleveland) gave me the excuse I needed to start this one. The contest theme was "I've Got the Blues", which was to build something that was predominantly blue. I am happy to say this model won first place! By now I am sure you have heard much about this kit. It is complex. The detail is fantastic. Accuracy is pretty good. The instructions are, well, really bad. There is an updated PDF with new instructions online now, which are better, but still leave a lot to be desired. There are some part placement omissions, and seeing where exactly to attach parts can be quite ambiguous. But the worst part for me was the order of construction. It really just makes no sense. I built this basically just referencing the instructions every once in awhile to make sure I didn't forget something or I just wanted to try to get a better idea of how something fit together. I totally ignored the order of construction for the most part. Did I say this was a complex build? Yeah, it is. There are tons of parts. Fitment was actually pretty decent in most places, but I did encounter issues with the intakes fitting right and the nose cone fit is just poor in general. I had quite a step to deal with no matter how much I dry fit or sanded to get it better before attachment. I used a combination of kit decals and the Begemot sheet "Sukhoi Su-33 Sea Flanker - Mission in Syria". The kit decals really are quite nice, and the Begemot ones were as well, just like always. There are some things I did not do exactly correctly or accurately, but overall I am very happy with the end result. Here is what I used for this project: Kit: 1/48 Kinetic Su-33 Flanker-D, K48062 Decals: Begemot Su-33 "Mission in Syria" 48-051, OOB Aftermarket: Master Model Pitot Tube Paints: Gunze Mr. Surfacer Black 1500 (main aircraft primer base), Tamiya Liquid White Primer (for marble coat), Mr Paint MRP-195 Sukhoi Cockpit Blue-Gray, MRP-032 Russian Wheel Green, MRP-199 Su-33 Light Blue, MRP-200 Su-33 Dark Blue and MRP-201 Su-33 Gray, MRP-186 Light Gray, Tamiya Gloss White, Rubber Black, Smoke, Clear Blue, and Clear Yellow, Gunze Mr Color GX2 Gloss Black (gloss black primer for metalwork) and Alclad II Airframe Aluminum, Pale Burnt Metal, and Jet Exhaust. Future Gloss coat for decals and Future+Tamiya XF-21 Flat Base 6:1 ratio for final matte coat. Mig Ammo Deep Gray panel wash. Now on to the pics... I hope you like!
  19. Anyone have one of these they would be willing to part with (full or partial sheet)? I would prefer to buy, but if there is something you're looking for maybe we can work it out. PM me or you can contact me at gocoogsgo(at)yahoo(dot)com. Thanks.
  20. Thought I should start this one, as a in-between-other-stuff project. More emphasis will be given to the external surfaces and I will try to stay away from any complex additions etc... So, I begun with adding a few panel lines and creating some stretched metal effect.
  21. Selling the last released (November 2019) detailing sets of Metallic Details: - Detailing set for aircraft model DHC-8-106 Dash 8 (AMP, 1/144) - $6.60 Set contains photoetched parts for detailing the exterior of aircraft. - Detailing set for aircraft model Tu-160 (Zvezda, 1/144) - $24.20 Set contains resin and photoetched parts for detailing the exterior of aircraft. - Detailing set of wheel bays for aircraft model C-5B Galaxy (Roden, 1/144) - $58.30 Set contains resin and photoetched parts for detailing of wheel bays and landing gear for aircraft model. - Detailing set for aircraft model Boeing 720 (Roden, 1/144) - $13.20 Set contains photoetched parts for detailing the exterior of the aircraft. - Detailing set for aircraft model Harrier GR Mk7/9 (Hasegawa, Revell, 1/48) - $15.40 Set contains resin and photoetched parts for detailing the exterior and interrior of the aircraft. - Nose cone for aircraft model B-1B Lancer (Revell, 1/48) - $9.90 Set contains 1 resin part for detailing of nose cone. - Antennas for aircraft model Su-35 (1/48) - $9.90 Set contains resin and photoetched parts for detailing antennas of aircraft. - Detailing set of wheel bays for aircraft model S-3A/B Viking (Italeri, 1/48) - $60.50 Set contains resin and photoetched parts for detailing wheel bays of the aircraft. - Jet nozzles for aircraft model Su-34 (Kitty Hawk, 1/48) - $35.20 Set contains resin parts for detailing of jet nozzles for aircraft model. - Detailing set for engine "Pratt & Whitney R-985 Wasp Junior" (1/72) - $5.50 Set contains resin parts to build 1 engine.
  22. Hello, I am looking for 16 1/48 M117 750 lb bombs and 3 Multiple Ejector Racks (MERs) for an F-105D project. I know there are several aftermarket choices for both, but buying the quantity of Brassin bombs I need would mean a second mortgage, so if anyone has some spare M117s, that would be greatly appreciated. I will gladly pay a reasonable price plus shipping. Thank you in advance! Justin
  23. Hi there! Just finished this nice Tamiya kit. Everything OOB and the only real flaw was one of the decals sheet, the smaller one, most stencils. Without exception, all of them cracked as soon as I tried to move them. I used warm water, cold water, decal solution, you name it, with no success. In some cases I was able to join the pieces and have them in place. But, as I said, a very nice kit. Hope you’ll like it. Cheers!
  24. Mongo's Massive Stash Sell-Off continues… This time it's: Just Jets Part II; The "Other Guys".. Condition: All items are complete and un-started unless specified otherwise. Codes: o = box and bags open (contents inventoried, any exceptions noted. oibs = box open, inner bags factory sealed msib - manufacturer sealed in original box Trades: I have only a few trades I'm interested in as follows: Airfix 1/48 Ju 87B-2 AO7115 (will trade for Airfix Ju 87B-1 AO7114) Roden C-123K #058 (will trade for Roden C-123B USCG #062) Classic Airframes Baltimore #4139 (will trade for one or two of the Classic Airframes kits listed below depending on value, or other stuff on this list; make an offer…) Please see the ROE at the bottom. Academy (1/48) Hunter FGA.9 2169 $24 oibs MiG 21MF Fishbed J 2171 $24 msib Su-27 2131 $30 re-sealed by a reputable dealer AeroMaster (1/48) MiG 17 4802 $40 msib ex-SMER, w/ lots of detail bits & decals Airfix (1/48) Sea Harrier 1-4410 $14 o MPC boxing Harrier GR.3 05102 $20 msib Hawk T.1 05111 $17 msib Red Arrows Classic Airframes(1/48) Attacker 4102 $35 msib Meteor F.4 477 $35 oibs Sea Hawk 465 $40 msib Condor (1/48) He 178 V1 48002 $25 msib Czech Model (1/48) Yak 15 4804 $25 msib DML (1/48) He 162A-2 5508 $27 oibs Eduard (1/48) MiG 21 bis 84131 $28 msib Weekend Mirage III CJ 8494 $28 oibs Weekend ESCI (1/48) Kfir C.2 4007 $10 o Mirage IIIE 4030 $10 oibs Fine Molds (1/48) J8M Shusui FB19 $25 oibs Hobbycraft (1/48) MiG 17PF HC1594 $15 oibs Hobby Boss (1/48) J-29B Tunnan 81746 $32 msib Italeri (1/48) Mirage F.1 CT/CR 2618 $20 msib Kitty Hawk (1/48) Su 22 M3/4 Fitter F 80146 $66 oibs KP (1/48) Su-22K M4 KP4001 $25 oibs Monogram (1/48) Mirage 2000 5446 $12 msib Mil-24 Hind 5819 $17 oibs Box fair OEZ (1/48) Su-7 BLK Fitter 2 $15 oibs Revell Germany (1/48 ) Tornado IDS 03987 $36 msib Tornado F.3 ADV 03925 $32 msib Special Hobby (1/72) Gloster E.28/39 48017 $30 msib Tamiya (1/48) He 162A-2 61097 $31 msib Me 262A-2a 61082 $35 msib Kit includes Kettenkraftrad MiG 15 bis 89535 $26 msib Silver plated Trumpeter (1/48) MiG 21 F-13 02858 $27 oibs MiG 23M Flogger B 02853 $45 msib Su 15 TM Flagon F 02811 $30 msib ROE: Price: The price I paid is your price. Some prices are below my cost and are adjusted to be competitive with eBay and Amazon. If you find the exact item on-line by a "real" retailer (Sprue Brothers, Squander, Hannants, etc. - eBay "stores" etc. don't count) for less (their regular discounted price) I'll beat it by 10%. Consideration given to multiple purchases. Offers entertained, insults ignored. Prices in USD. First person to respond (based on the time-stamp on your communication) accepting the posted price gets the item. Please contact me by direct e-mail: mongo01 -at- twc -dot- com I'll keep an eye out for FB messages as well. Shipping: USPS Priority at actual cost from 45102. Will combine shipping as able. CONUS preferred, but will deal OCONUS and international (caveat emptor: shipping rates can be astronomical and any destination country taxes and duties are the buyer's responsibility). Big kits/big orders mean big boxes and big shipping costs, sorry, blame USPS, not me; I'll do my best to ship at minimum cost. If you prefer, I will ship ground with appropriate insurance. I will ship as soon as possible but I have a real life and a real job and spend a lot of time out of town; it may take up to a week before shipping (I'll let you know up front). Payment: PayPal preferred. I also accept Yankee dollars, gold and silver bullion (NY spot price), USPS money orders, Euros and GBP notes at par. No Zimbabwean dollars, Iraqi dinars or Bitcoin!
  25. Hobbytime 1/48 F-4E 2020 Terminator kit... clean built for kit box side photos… enjoy 🙂
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